April 18, 2019
HIGH SCHOOL ROUNDUP

Hodgdon boys stay undefeated, nab seventh win

HODGDON – Jimmy Griffin scored 14 points, grabbed 14 rebounds and made seven steals as the Hodgdon High School boys basketball team remained undefeated with a 56-47 victory over Van Buren Tuesday evening.

Jeff Condon also scored 14 points, hitting four 3-pointers, for the 7-0 winners. Kirby Sanford and Bruce Currie each added 10.

Jeremy Chasse scored 13 and Tyler Lapierre 11 points for Van Buren.

Van Buren (4-4) 37

Rossignol, Chasse 5-1-13, Violette 1-0-2, Martin 4-0-9, Doucette, LaPierre 5-1-11, Vick 1-0-2, Hews, Gagnon

Hodgdon (7-0) 56

Ki. Sanford 4-2-10, Beals 0-0-0, Currie 3-4-10, Hovey 1-0-3, Condon 4-2-14, Bartley, Ke. Sanford 1-0-2, Griffin 6-0-14, Clark, Ledger 1-1-3, Cleary

3-pt. goals: Chasse (2), Martin; Hovey, Condon (4), Griffin (2)

Van Buren 8 19 21 37

Hodgdon 14 35 45 56

GHCA 67, Easton 65

At Easton Monday, Drew Farrar’s 21 points and Matt Hathaway’s 19 helped Greater Houlton Christian Academy overcome a career-high 29 points by Easton senior James Desmond.

Emery Lincoln had 14 first-half points for the winners as they built a 10-point intermission lead and then held off the rallying Bears.

Silas Kelly contributed nine points.

Mike Osgood complemented Desmond’s 29 points with 15 and Steve Hopkins added 10 more.

Greater Houlton (5-4) 67

Sjoberg, Farrar 6-8-21, Lincoln 6-2-14, Kelly 4-1-9, Korhonen 1-0-2, Hathaway 5-7-19, Kennedy 1-0-2

Easton (3-4) 64

Carlow 3-0-6, Osgood 6-3-15, Desmond 12-5-29, Bradley, Ferris, Wells, Blodget 2-1-5, Hopkins 5-0-10, Kierstead, Katzchte

3-pt. goals: Hathaway 2, Farrar

GHCA 18 33 45 67

Easton 13 23 43 65

Brunswick 73, Skowhegan 50

At Brunswick, Jesse Kaplan poured in 25 points as the Dragons rolled over the Tigers.

Ralph Mims hit four 3-pointers en route to 19 points for Brunswick.

Zach Davis also drained four long-range shots to finish with 18 points for Skowhegan.

Skowhegan (1-3) 50

Lisherness, Leo, Lacasse, Ferretti, Downer 1-1-3, Strout 2-0-6, Davis 6-2-18, James 2-0-4, Bolduc 2-0-4, Jenness 1-3-5, Nelson 2-0-4, Whiting 1-0-2, Malo, Gregor 2-0-4

Brunswick (4-0) 73

Sherman, Lemont 1-0-2, Kaplan 11-3-25, Gauvin 3-0-6, Mims 7-1-19, Scully 3-3-9, Hale, Eichinger 3-2-8, Gayton 1-0-2, Dionne 1-0-2, Kelly, McCabe

3-pt. goals: Davis 4, Strout 2; Mims 4

Skowhegan 14 21 33 50

Brunswick 20 41 58 73

Orono 68, Presque Isle 66

At Presque Isle, Orono outscored the host Wildcats 23-9 in the third quarter to take the lead and held on for the two-point victory.

Lance Cowan led the Red Riots with 20 points, while Dustin Thomas added 12.

Karl Rideout led Presque Isle with a game-high 28 points, while Greg Whitaker added 12 points and Chris Carlin scored 10.

Orono (2-5) 68

Cowan 9-2-20, Thomas 4-1-12, Chase 2-0-4, Klose 3-1-8, J. Simon 3-2-8, M. Simon 3-1-8, Levesque 2-1-6, Weatherbee 1-0-2, Wakeling, Millard

Presque Isle (3-5) 66

Rideout 12-4-28, Whitaker 4-2-12, Carlin 4-2-10, Lavway 1-0-3, McGlinn 3-1-8, Fowler 2-1-5, Swanson, Belanger, Cray, Coffin

3-pt. goals: Thomas 3, M. Simon, Levesque; Whitaker 2, Lavway, McGlinn

Orono 8 30 53 68

Presque Isle 17 38 47 66

JV: Presque Isle 44-31

Fort Fairfield 66, Wisdom 38

At Fort Fairfield, Brandon Levasseur pumped in a game-high 23 points to power Fort Fairfield past Wisdom of St. Agatha.

Ryan Clark had 11 points for Fort Fairfield, Keith Edgecomb contributed 10 points and a game-high 13 rebounds and Jon Everett scored eight points.

Chris Pelletier’s 10 points and eight rebounds and Tim Daigle’s eight points led Wisdom.

Wisdom (1-6) 38

Chasse 1-4-7, Dyment, Daigle 3-1-8, Lugdon 0-2-2, Paradis, T. Thibeault 1-0-2, Derosier 3-0-6, Pelletier 5-0-10, R. Thibeault 1-0-3

Fort Fairfield (7-2) 66

Rochford, Bernaiche 1-0-2, Everett 3-2-8, Levasseur 9-5-23, Turner 2-0-4, Edgecomb 4-2-10, Clark 3-4-11, Wasson 1-0-2, King 2-2-6

3-pt. goals: Chasse, Daigle

Wisdom 5 14 25 38

Fort Fairfield 14 31 51 66

JV: Wisdom 51-46 (OT)

Old Town 71, Lawrence 64

At Old Town, five players scored in double figures for the Indians, led by Tyler Tracewski’s 17 points, as they improved to 4-1.

Matt Curtis and Mike Thurston had 12 points apiece and Cory Miller and Matt Petrie had 11 each. Miller grabbed a team-high eight rebounds and Petrie dished out a team-best six assists.

Old Town went 19-for-24 from the foul line.

Trevor Woods’ game-high 21 points, including 18 in the first half, sparked Lawrence of Fairfield. John Rice and Nate Lambert combined for 25 more.

Lawrence (3-2) 64

Woods 7-3-21, Rice 5-3-13, Lambert 4-3-12, Dennis 2-0-6, Parker 1-2-4, J. Kelley 1-0-2, Johnson, Du. Costigan, Gregory 1-0-2, Bickford 1-0-2, Toner, Sanders 1-0-2, Dy. Costigan, C. Kelley

Old Town (4-1) 71

Tracewski 7-3-17, Curtis 2-7-12, Thurston 5-0-12, Miller 4-2-11, Petrie 3-5-11, Conary 2-2-6, Shaw 1-0-2, Bouchard, Boucavalous, Fogarty, St. Louis, Avery

3-pt. goals: Woods 4, Dennis 2; Thurston 2, Curtis, Miller

Lawrence 21 32 46 64

Old Town 23 38 50 71

JV: Lawrence 68-43

Katahdin 87, Ashland 35

At Ashland, Brian Sullivan scored all 17 of his points during a 51-6 first-half barrage as the Cougars bested the Hornets.

Patrick Willett chipped in with nine for Katahdin of Stacyville, who had 13 different players score at least two points.

Curtis Belanger led Ashland with 14.

Katahdin (5-3) 87

Sullivan 8-0-17, Willett 4-0-9, Grass 4-0-8, O. Qualey 3-0-6, Cyr 2-0-4, J. Qualey 3-2-8, Jo. Anderson 1-0-2, McAvoy 1-0-2, K. Anderson 2-0-4, Gould 3-0-7, Ja. Anderson 2-0-6, McCarthy 3-0-6, Rush 2-2-7

Ashland (0-8) 35

Belanger 5-4-15, Hunter 2-2-6, Baker 1-1-3, Chamberlain 1-0-2, O’Clair 2-0-5, Jandreau 1-0-2, Ward 1-0-3, Lewin, Millett

3-pt. goals: Ja. Anderson 2, Sullivan, Willett, Cyr, Rush; O’Clair, Ward

Katahdin 31 51 77 87

Ashland 3 6 19 35

JV: Katahdin 75-30

Messalonskee 62, John Bapst 50

At Oakland, Joe Beaudoin scored a game-high 16 points and the unbeaten Eagles went 15-for-21 from the foul line to collect their fourth win.

John Fisher had 13 points for the winners, Isaac Hutchinson had 12 more and Stefan Wrigley grabbed 10 rebounds to go with his seven points.

Kyle Ferrill’s had 10 points for John Bapst of Bangor with Alex Means and Brandon Freeman chipping in nine apiece.

John Bapst (2-3) 50

Leavitt 2-2-6, Freeman 3-2-9, Means 3-3-9, Ferrill 4-2-10, Carey 2-0-4, Roach 1-0-2, Myerowitz 3-1-7, Yeo 1-1-3

Messalonskee (4-0) 62

Wrigley 3-1-7, Beaudoin 6-2-16, Fisher 5-1-13, Kendrick 2-3-7, Kerschner 0-2-2, Hutchinson 4-4-12, Couture 1-2-5, Lessard

3-pt. goals: Freeman; Beaudoin 2, Fisher 2, Couture

John Bapst 16 28 40 50

Messalonskee 21 36 50 62

East Grand 60, Calais 46

At Danforth, Seth Preston netted 15 points for Vikings and Darius Parker added 14.

Eric Hanington, Josh Faulkner and Matt Scott made 10 rebounds each and 26 total points.

John Smith of the Blue Devils sank a 3-pointer for 14 points.

Calais (5-3) 46

Smith 6-1-14, Dickerson 2-2-6, R. McLean 1-0-2, McPhee 3-0-6, Taylor, McDonald 2-2-6, S. McLean 1-0-2, Reynolds 2-0-4, Guthrie, Woodside 2-0-4, Blake 0-2-2, Wallace

East Grand (6-2) 60

Parker 6-1-14, S. Preston 6-2-15, E. Hanington 3-3-10, Faulkner 4-0-8, M. Scott 4-0-8, M. Hanington 0-2-2, Byers 1-0-3, P. Scott, N. Preston, A. Hanington

3-pt. goals: Smith; Parker, S. Preston, Byers

Calais 9 23 34 46

East Grand 15 26 48 60

Hampden Academy 65, Morse 49

At Hampden, Jordan Cook scored 17 points and Max Silver and Blaine Meehan added 12 apiece as the Broncos pulled away from Morse of Bath.

Brandon Sewall and Mason Loveitt had 17 points apiece for the Shipbuilders.

Morse (2-3) 49

Dunlap, Hutchinson, B. Sewall 6-2-17, Harrison, Labrecque 2-0-4, Loveitt 5-7-17, Z. Sewall 1-0-3, Walker 1-0-2, Dasch 1-0-3, Sigurdson, Harkins 1-0-3, Perkins

Hampden Academy (3-2) 65

McCue 1-0-3, Shannon, Meehan 5-2-12, Moran, McNutt 2-0-4, Uhrin 2-0-4, Ross 3-0-6, Bouchard, Hodgdon 3-0-7, Silver 6-0-12, Cook 8-1-17

3-pt. goals: B. Sewall 3, Z. Sewall, Dasch, Harkins; Hodgdon

Morse 12 27 36 49

Hampden Ac. 20 35 53 65

JV: HA 57-50 (OT)

Mount View 68, Maranacook 59

At Thorndike, Roy Goodale, who didn’t play much in the second quarter due to foul trouble, scored 10 of his game-high 22 points in the third quarter as Mount View took the lead for good.

Matt Higgins complemented Goodale with 17 points and Anthony Greenlaw contributed 11.

Matt St. John’s 19 points, Logan Gerrrity’s 13 and 11 apiece from Charlie Calligan and Kaleb Violette led Maranacook of Readfield.

Maranacook (5-2) 59

Jarius, Violette 4-3-11, Calligan 5-0-11, Feldman, St. John 7-2-19, Gerrity 6-1-13, Bates, Gilman 1-3-5

Mount View (3-4) 68

Miles, Harvey 2-0-6, Ward 2-0-4, Crichton 3-0-6, Goodale 8-5-22, Wentworth 0-2-2, Greenlaw 4-3-11, Higgins 6-5-17

3-pt. goals: St. John 3, Calligan; Harvey 2, Goodale

Maranacook 18 32 41 59

Mount View 10 32 46 68

JV: Mount View 54-46

Rangeley 67, Greenville 51

At Greenville, Trevor Gray tossed in 17 points and David Jensen 15 more to help keep the Rangeley Lakers unbeaten.

Dwight Gellman chipped in 12 points for Rangeley.

Jordan Belmont led all scorers with 22 points for Greenville. Jared Lizotte added 12 and Ryan Edmondson 10, respectively.

Rangeley (4-0) 67

Gray 7-3-17, Jensen 6-3-15, Gellman 3-4-12, Philbrook 0-1-1, Gordon, Raymond 1-2-4, White 2-4-9, Goodwin 4-0-8, Crigian, Cerminara 0-1-1, Plog

Greenville (1-6) 51

J. Belmont 7-8-22, Lizotte 4-3-12, Edmondson 4-0-10, K. Belmont 0-2-2, Farrington, Graves, Aucoin, Ward, Lavigne 2-1-5

3-pt. goals: Gellman 2, White; Edmondson 2, Lizotte

Rangeley 23 37 46 67

Greenville 10 18 31 51

Girls basketball

Calais 57, East Grand 40

At Danforth, Emily Smith tossed in 16 points to lead the Blue Devils to their eighth win.

Darcey Gillespie chipped in with nine for the winners and Sarah Mahan eight.

Marie Gilman notched 16 points for the Vikings while Gina Zaneldein had 13.

Calais (8-1) 57

Smith 6-3-16, Gillespie 4-0-9, Mahan 4-0-8, Warren, Eagan 2-0-4, Lloyd, O’Brien 3-1-7, Feck 3-1-7, Thomas, Taylor 1-0-2, Stevens 1-0-2, Seeley, Brown 1-0-2

East Grand (3-6) 40

Gilman 6-3-16, G. Zaneldein 4-4-13, McKay 4-0-9, M. Zaneldein, Osnoe, T. Shay, Langill, Crone, Dodge 1-0-2, H. Shay, K. Shay

3-pt. goals: Smith, Gillespie; Gilman, G. Zaneldein, McKay

Calais 18 26 49 57

East Grand 8 21 28 40

Rangeley 63, Greenville 47

At Greenville, Krysteen Romero poured in a game-high 20 points and unbeaten Rangeley led virtually the entire way en route to its fourth win.

Sabrina Clark scored 12 points for the Lakers and Sarah Schrader contributed 11 more. Justine Frost and Rosie Lapointe combined for 16.

Beth Bartley’s 14 points and Sarah Hanson’s 12 paced Greenville with sisters Hannah and Rica Breton teaming up for 19 more.

Rangeley (4-0) 63

Romero 8-4-20, Clark 5-2-12, Schrader 3-5-11, Frost 2-3-8, Lapointe 3-1-8, Quimby 2-0-4, George

Greenville (6-2) 47

Bartley 5-4-14, Hanson 5-2-12, H. Breton 4-2-10, R. Breton 3-3-9, Gary 1-0-2, Larsen, M. Bartley

3-pt. goals: Lapointe

Rangeley 18 35 50 63

Greenville 10 25 36 47

Mount Ararat 44, Nokomis 35

At Newport, the Eagles rallied to outscore the Warriors 16-2 in the third period after an 18-6 first-quarter lead had been erased into a 22-21 halftime deficit.

Erika Stupinski led the winners from Topsham with 14 points and six steals. Erin Johnson scored 12 points while Elaine Emerson had eight points and seven steals.

Aimee Paradis’ 10-point effort led Nokomis while Alyssa Bragdon notched eight.

Mount Ararat (5-0) 44

Stpuinski 5-3-14, Johnson 6-0-12, Emerson 4-0-8, Rogers 3-1-7, Haggerty 1-1-3, Eiane, Charette

Nokomis (3-2) 35

Paradis 4-2-10, Al. Bragdon 3-2-8, Barden 3-0-7, Peterson 2-0-6, Carter 1-0-2, As. Bragdon 1-0-2, Fournier, Welch

3-pt. goals: Stupinski; Peterson 2, Barden

Mount Ararat 18 21 37 44

Nokomis 6 22 24 35

JV: Nokomis 40-38


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